30th March: Busking pianist fined for breaching COVID-19 rules and ‘causing a crowd’ in York, Artists’ initiative has not yet given up, Oxford professors call music notation ‘colonialist’

Tuesday 30th March '21

Busking pianist fined for breaching COVID-19 rules and ‘causing a crowd’ in York A pianist was fined £200 by police for breaching coronavirus regulations after “causing a crowd” while busking in York. Alistair Lawrence was playing a piano in the city …

26th October: Radio 3’s River of Music, SCO’s new leader & classical music changing Kenyan children’s lives

Wednesday 26th October '16

Classical News In today's classical news round-up, to celebrate its 70-year history, BBC Radio 3 is to broadcast music for 12 hours without presenters talking on air. Scottish Chamber Orchestra appoints Benjamin Marquise Gilmore as its …

Opera’s brightest stars to ride from Glasgow to London

Tuesday 28th June '16

Scottish tenor Nicky Spence has enlisted some of the brightest stars from the world of opera to cycle the length of the UK, from Glasgow all the way to London. Nine opera singers will cycle over …

21st December – Orchestra receives a windfall in New Haven, the new apprentice conductor for the OAE and Saint Nicholas in Smith Square

Wednesday 21st December '11

Arts Journal: Slipped Disc CT Family Bequests $20m To New Haven Charities. A prominent New Haven family has endowed $20 million to fund five New Haven charitable and cultural organizations including the New Haven Symphony Orchestra. Arts Journal: Slipped …